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Mimmi Kheddache Jendeby

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Mimmi Kheddache Jendeby joined State Street and the Center for Applied Research as a Senior Research Strategist in January 2015. She has over 12 years of experience in the asset management industry. Most recently, Kheddache Jendeby worked as a Portfolio Manager and the Head of Equity in the External Managers Team at the Second Swedish National Pension Fund (AP2). Prior to that position she worked as an analyst within the area of manager selection, and as a risk analyst within AP2. Kheddache Jendeby holds a Bachelor's Degree in Economics as well as a Master’s Degree in Industrial and Financial Economics from the University of Gothenburg; School of Business, Economics and Law. She also holds a Bachelor's Degree in Work and Organizational Psychology from the University of Gothenburg; Dept of Psychology.

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Investing Lessons from Epictetus: Focus on What You Can Control

The Stoic philosopher Epictetus has something to teach the investment profession, says Mimmi Kheddache Jendeby.

Investment Decisions and the Divided Self

Investment professionals make difficult decisions based on incomplete information. That is part of the job. But are we any good at it? And more importantly, do we achieve certainty when we make these tough decisions? The answer to the latter question — with great certainty — is no.

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